Lebak Bulus Grab MRT station

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Lebak Bulus Grab Station

Stasiun Lebak Bulus Grab
Jakarta MRT
Suasana Stasiun MRT Lebak Bulus.jpg
Lebak Bulus Grab Station
LocationJl. Lebak Bulus Raya no. 38, Lebak Bulus, Cilandak, South Jakarta
Coordinates6°17′21″S 106°46′30″E / 6.289254°S 106.774937°E / -6.289254; 106.774937Coordinates: 6°17′21″S 106°46′30″E / 6.289254°S 106.774937°E / -6.289254; 106.774937
Owned byPT MRT Jakarta
Operated byPT MRT Jakarta
Line(s) M1  NSL
Platforms2 side platforms
Structure typeElevated
Disabled accessAvailable
Other information
Station codeLBB
Opened24 March 2019 (2019-03-24)[1]
Preceding station   Jakarta MRT   Following station
towards Bundaran HI
  NSL   Terminus
Lebak Bulus Grab Station is located in Jakarta
Lebak Bulus Grab Station
Lebak Bulus Grab Station
Location in Jakarta

Lebak Bulus Grab Station (Grab granted for naming rights)[2][3] is a rapid transit station on the M1 North-South Line of the Jakarta MRT in Jakarta, Indonesia. Located in the South Jakarta, it is the terminus of the M1 North-South Line, however the track does continue east, towards Lebak Bulus Depot.


The southernmost station on the Jakarta MRT North-South Line, Lebak Bulus station lies within the South Jakarta, Jakarta. More specifically, it is located on Jl. Lebak Bulus Raya in Cilandak.


The station opened on 24 March 2019 (2019-03-24) [1], along with the rest of Phase 1 of the Jakarta MRT.

Station layout[edit]

Ground Street Level Entrance/Exit
Concourse Concourse Shops (Family Mart, Shillin Chicken Shop & Warung Betawi), faregates, ticket machines, station agent
Platform level Side platform, doors open on the right
Westbound Terminus (towards depot, all passengers must leave train)
Eastbound →  towards Bundaran HI (Fatmawati) →
Side platform, doors open on the right


  1. ^ a b "Operasional MRT Diresmikan Jokowi 24 Maret" (in Indonesian). CNN Indonesia. Retrieved 18 March 2019.
  2. ^ "Bakal Ada Nama Grab di Stasiun MRT Lebak Bulus". CNBC Indonesia (in Indonesian). Yuni Astutik. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
  3. ^ "Grab, Mandiri, sampai ASEAN Jadi Nama Stasiun MRT Jakarta". CNBC Indonesia (in Indonesian). Muhammad Choirul Anwar. Retrieved 11 April 2019.

External links[edit]

Lebak Bulus Grab MRT Station